Crackle has greenlighted an original drama series called The Oath – about a different kind of subculture – gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend. A more complete series description follows.
Executive Produced by Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, the series was created by former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Joe Halpin.
Today Starz announced an extension to its deal with Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson – along with the immediate announcement of the development of a new superhero series from Jackson: Tomorrow, Today, based on a screenplay by Jackson.
The extension of Jackson’s deal with Starz will keep him at the network until September 2018. For details on Tomorrow Today, follow the jump.
Follow a ratings increase of 58% over the show’s second season premiere (and an astonishing 389% increase over its series premiere), Starz’s original drama Power has been renewed for a fifth and sixth season.
Starz has given a second season order for Curtis Jackson’s series Power. He and Courtney Kemp Agboh will return as Executive Producers for season two. See the press release, after the jump, for details.
Starz has greenlighted Power – a new series to be executive produced by Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson and creator Courtney Kemp Agboh. The one-hour drama centers on James ‘Ghost’ Patrick, who wants to make his elite New York club a fortune 500 company. Unfortunately, his secret life as the kingpin of a lucrative drug empire is a huge complication both in terms of his legit aspirations and his family.
Power will begin shooting in the latter part of this year. For more details, check out the official press release after the jump.
This is a reality… sorry… unscripted series that I can get behind – Sundance Channel’s Dream School. The premise: take the kids who were the hardest to reach in high school and place them in a school where their instructors are dedicated professionals; top names in their fields – household names, even. The faculty would include professional musicians, politicians, filmmakers, scientists, actors and artists. What would happen then?
Sundance Channel has given the green light for Dream School. The format was created by internationally acclaimed chef Jamie Oliver and multi-hyphenate musician-actor-entrepreneur Curtis ‘50-Cent’ Jackson will executive produce. Follow the jump to read the official press release.